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Agenda at a Glance—Page 1

Session A B C D E
Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Opening Session—8:30 - 10:00
Session I
10:15 - 11:15
Massachusetts' Approach to the Student/Teacher Connection
Bettencourt, Curtin, Donie
Texas School Finance Reports
Dyer, McKenzie, Cohen
The Power of PreK—the Power of PreK Data
Weinberger, Kristian
Bridging the P-20 Divide Through Colocation
Klein, Baird
Building a Comprehensive Data Set on Every Teacher: The NCES Teacher Compensation Survey
Cornman, Kennerly
Session II
11:30 - 12:30
Common Education Data Standards (CEDS) Technical Working Group Update—Version 1 and 2 of the Standards
Kerachsky, Eiland, Weinberger, Young
Texas Public Education Information Resource (TPEIR) and LoneStar Web Reports
Taming the SIS Beast: Seven States Define "Universal"
Automating Oklahoma Teacher Licensure
High, Smith, Hupp
School District Demographics System Map Viewer Update 2011
Phan, Collins
Session III
1:45 - 2:45
Engaging Your Postsecondary Colleagues in the Common Education Data Standards Initiative
Blegen, L'Orange, Houde
Educator Accountability and Effectiveness
Booker, Lopez, Aquino-Garza
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) Officer vs. the Data Governor
Ogle, Ballard, Corazza, Ligon
Making Data Part of the Infrastructure
Data Exchange on National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) Computer-Based Assessments
Struense, Ferguson
Session IV
3:00 - 4:00
Adoption and Implementation of the Common Education Data Standards (CEDS)
Blegen, Fruth, Jackl, Sessa, Cameron
Texas Pathways Project
Using Compliance Data for Information and Research to Inform Decisionmaking
Keesler, Howell, Schneider
Real-Time Data Use: An Online Diagnostic Assessment and Reporting System Designed to Help Teachers Improve Current Instruction in Grades 3–8
Prospective New School-Level Finance Collection for Common Core of Data (CCD)
Cornman, Kennerly
Session V
4:15 - 5:15
Building a Comprehensive Data System: From Classroom to Nation
Ballard, Bickell, Jackl
Using the Longitudinal Databases for State and Federal Reporting: A Texas Model
Jumping From the Legacy Aggregate Collection Frying Pan to the Monthly Unit Record Collection Fire
Popp, King
Unburdening the Local Education Agency (LEA): Comprehensive Statewide Data Collection and Management
Data Quality Challenges When Implementing Classroom Value-Added Models
Thorn, Kraemer, Watson
Thursday, February 24, 2011
Session VI
10:00 - 11:00
Teacher-Student Data Link in Data Models From Transactional Systems to the Data Warehouse
Sonn, Decker, Goodell
Texas Student Data System: A New Era for Data Management and Use
Rawson, Parrish, Waak, Gaston
Leveraging Technology Toward EDEN Compliance
DeSalvatore, Kaczmarek, Morris
No Child Left Behind (NCLB) Report Card Automated Production and Verification
Thomas, Richardson, Schutte
Production and Application of Common Core of Data (CCD) School Locale Assignments
Session VII
11:15 - 12:15 
Finding the Right Shoes to Race to the Top
Harper, Gunther
"Texas School Ready:" Building a Statewide Quality Preschool Program Through Systematic Change
Ohio's American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) 1512 Reporting
Danzuso, Farfan
Statewide Implementations for Student Success
Dacey, Springs, Gladfelter
The NCES American Community Survey (ACS) School District Tabulation: The Beginning of Comprehensive Annually-Updated Demographic Data
Session VIII
1:30 - 2:30
The Student Academic Indicators for Learning (SAIL) Early Warning System in the Milwaukee Public Schools
Carl, Carr, Breithaupt
Texas School Readiness Certification System
Elizondo-Limas, Waxley
Nebraska Data Reporting System: Sharing the Foundation
Cassel, Luddy, Brougham
Creating Reports Using Longitudinal Data: How States Can Present Information to Support Student Learning and School System Improvement
Shah, Dougherty, Jonas, Holcombe
What Do You Need for Your Student-Teacher Linkages?
Session IX
2:45 - 3:45
District Data Dashboards—Best Practices, Solutions, and Works in Progress
Plant, Gunnip, Glazer, Ullman
Challenges to Measuring College Readiness in Texas
Shim, Stoever, Murphy
University-District Partnership for Data-Informed Decisionmaking
Farley-Ripple, Archbald, Weinles
Utah eTranscript and Record Exchange (UTREx) and the Utah Data Alliance (UDA)
Real-Time Data Collection—Timely Access to Accurate SLDS Data
Hyppolite, Elia
Session X
4:00 - 5:00
Statewide Interim Assessment Data Use
McCommon, Sumrall, Robb
The Texas Assessment Management System
Kirchner, Matzen
Mining for Relationships
Keaveny, Rege
Design, Cost, and Implementation of Effective Educational Data Systems
The Standards Landscape: How Did We Get Here?
Jackl, Fruth, Cameron
Friday, February 25, 2011
Session XI
8:30 - 9:30
Value Added Assessments for Teachers and Principals in Race to the Top Applications: Implications for the Profession
Enhancing Program Evaluation With Program Monitoring: An Application of Moodle and SAS Business Intelligence
Yan, Slagle
Diné Education Is Our Strength: Using Data to Empower the Navajo Nation
Data Fellows Program: Turning Education Data Into Gold for Policy Leaders and Practitioners
Hargrove, Cox, Mead, Hanson
CUPID: Using a Central Unique Person ID to Link Data Systems
Session XII
9:45 - 10:45
The Powerful Combination of a Single, District, and Statewide Student Information System (SIS) at Jefferson County Public Schools (JCPS) in Kentucky
Garrison, Carollo
SIF 101: What is "SIF" Really?
Efficiently Collecting, Monitoring, and Processing South Dakota and Bureau of Indian Education (BIE) Data for Adequate Yearly Progress (AYP)
Merriman, Salyers, Behm
Statewide Tools for Teaching Excellence: Linking Data to Action
Jacobs, Desrosiers, Barfield, Ballato
Teacher and Administrator Use of Data to Inform Instruction—A Statewide Solution
Schwartz, Clifford
Color Key to Tracks  Texas Data Use/
Data Standards
Data Quality Longitudinal Data Systems (LDS) Statewide Longitudinal Data Systems (SLDS) EdFacts Other


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